Sending Baby Home: Peace of Mind for Migrant Moms in Taiwan

2024/05/10 Story
During the Muslim fasting month, many Indonesian migrant workers take leave from factories to return home and celebrate Eid al-Fitr with their families.

Moving Tale of a Caregiver: From Stranger to Family

2024/05/03 Story
"Uncle treats my child like his own grandkid, even lets me take a break and bring my kid to their house to play with their whole family. I'm really lucky," said Rainie.

Justice may be delayed, but it will never be absent.

2023/12/20 Story
Jaga, a 41-year-old with 9 years of experience working on deep-sea fishing vessels, found himself on the Taiwanese-funded "Da Wang No.4" as his fourth ship in April 2019.

Caring for Grandma, Fighting Cancer

2023/12/16 Story
40-year-old Kana from the Philippines, with her distinctive short haircut, lively big eyes, and a sweet smile, speaks fluent Chinese: "I used to have long hair and regularly treated it with ion per

"Asus & Askey, pay us what you should pay!"

2023/10/23 Article
Askey Computer is a subsidiary and owned by Asus Computer 100%, and accusations of Askey’s violation of labor rights of migrant workers and sweatshop brands have gradually attracted widespread atte

Pregnant Migrant Worker Finds Support in Shelter Community

2023/10/15 Story
Hailing from central Vietnam, Amy, fluent in Chinese, is four months pregnant, and her baby bump is barely noticeable, making it hard to believe she's 31.

Caring for Patients While Navigating Pregnancy Challenges

2023/10/06 Article
At 31, Ah Xian came to Taiwan and has spent the past decade working in several care facilities, taking care of the elderly and people with disabilities.

Lost Finger, Found Hope: Ayu's Journey

2023/09/18 Article
Before coming to Taiwan, 20-year-old Ayu had countless ideas about what working in Taiwan might be like, based on stories from neighbors and relatives.

Reunion and Celebrations: Migrant Workers' Heartfelt Stories

2023/09/10 Article
Over the weekend, the Shelter SPA and SPPNT held iftar celebrations in Indonesia, inviting the migrant workers we helped to "return to their mothers' homes" to celebrate the Muslim New Year.

Supporting Migrant Workers: Ava's Cancer Journey

2023/08/31 Article
Ava remembered that when she heard the doctor say it was stage 3 breast cancer, she didn't cry herself.